Richard Carufel

Richard Carufel
Richard Carufel is editor of Bulldog Reporter and the Daily ’Dog, one of the web’s leading sources of PR and marketing communications news and opinions. He has been reporting on the PR and communications industry for over 12 years, and has interviewed hundreds of journalists and PR industry leaders. Reach him at richardc@bulldogreporter.com; @BulldogReporter
For many small businesses, the Digital Age is just beginning

For many small businesses, the Digital Age is just beginning

It’s hard to imagine doing business in the 21st century without an online presence, but here we are entering the century’s third decade and new research from portfolio website Visual Objects reveals that a significant number of small businesses are just this year...

ICYMI: Bulldog’s 10 most popular posts from February

ICYMI: Bulldog’s 10 most popular posts from February

February was another banner month for us, continuing the great momentum we had in January. And once again, our terrific contributors were the true stars, accounting for all but two our Top 10 posts last month. Tackling some hot-button issues like PR mental health, the...

Viral by association—some beer-drinkers won’t buy Corona now

Viral by association—some beer-drinkers won’t buy Corona now

New research from 5W Public Relations showcases how brands can go the wrong kind of viral. As fear of the coronavirus sweeps the nation, one similarly-named beer brand is suffering from sheer name association. The firm’s new survey of American beer drinkers examined...

Small biz owners look to marketing to attract new customers in 2020

Small biz owners look to marketing to attract new customers in 2020

New research from Wells Fargo reveals that small business owner optimism has softened a bit for their businesses and future expectations. But respondents indicated attracting new customers continues to be a key challenge, as many owners share plans of how they will...

Do companies need an AI ethics policy? Most tech leaders say yes.

Do companies need an AI ethics policy? Most tech leaders say yes.

As artificial intelligence becomes a more pivotal part of business strategy, many are worried that misuse or exploitation of the technology can have damaging or disastrous results, and new research from professional services firm KPMG reveals that many tech sector...